It's been called WOFT for well over a decade...that will help with your internet searches.
Check out this thread.....
On 29 Feb 12, I attended a WOCS graduating class at Ft Rucker. I asked a graduate several questions pertaining to WOFT students. Here were some of the answers. Out of 39 flight students, 33 had college degrees. And less than 50% had any flight time. Last year there was a selection rate of 69% for civilians but a 4 year degree had a lot of weight. The active duty Army has between 350-450 WOFT slots yeariy and half are alotted to enlisted soldiers. You play the numbers. Averaging 4 slots annually per state for civilians. How many in your state want to fly in the pilot seat of an Army helicopter?
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